In selected weeks, we will have formal seminar talks by external speakers. All other talks in the HEP seminar are held by students for students. Clearly, faculty members will also participate. The format is informal. The talks are 45 minutes long, plus a generous amount of discussion time.
Location: 338 Gallalee Hall
Time: 3:00 p.m.
Some references: TBA
|Jan 10||No Seminar.||First Week.
|Jan 17||Markus Garbiso (UA)||Hydrodynamics of Globally Rotating Fluids Via Holography – slides|
|Jan 24||Casey Cartwright (UA)||A brief Introduction to Resurgence, Trans Series & Alien Calculus – Notes|
|Jan 31||Marco Knipfer (UA)||How can QFT even make sense? – Notes|
|Feb 07||Rachalis Maharucksit (UA)||
Introduction to Spacetime Algebra – Notes
|Feb 14||Victor Baules (UA)||Hidden Local Symmetry and Effective Field Theory – Notes|
|Feb 21||Chuang Xu (UA)||An Introduction To Mirror Symmetry – Notes|
|Feb 28||Taoli Liu (UA)
||Introduction to Effective Field Theory(EFT) – Notes|
|Mar 06||Roshan Koirala (UA)||Relativistic imperfect fluids – Abstract – Notes|
|Mar 13||Prof. Nobuchika Okada (UA)||Freeze-in Dark Matter and Lifetime Frontier – Abstract|
|Mar 20||No Seminar.||Spring Break|
|Apr 03||No Seminar.
|Apr 10||Marco Cavaglia (University of Mississippi)||TBA|
|Apr 17||Benjamin Harms (UA)||TBA|
|Apr 24||Everyone||Discussion (review of Spring 2020 / planning Fall 2020)|
|May 01||No seminar.||Finals Week.|
Previous HEP Theory Seminars
|Seminar Schedule, Notes, Abstracts|
|Anomalies in Quantum Field Theory|
|Fall 2016||Limitations of quantum field theory|